French translation of 'nominate'
1. (= propose) proposer
I nominate Ian Alexander as president of the society. Je propose Ian Alexander comme président de la société.
to nominate sb for sth [post, position] proposer qn comme candidat à qch
2. (= appoint) nommer
to nominate sb as sth nommer qn qch
She was nominated as director. Elle a été nommée directrice.
to nominate sb to sth [body, organization] nommer qn auprès de qch
3. (for award) [person, song, film] nominer
He was nominated for an Oscar. Il a été nominé pour un Oscar.
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England have decided to take their time over nominating a replacement.The Sun (2011)
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'nominate' in Other Languages
British English: nominate /ˈnɒmɪˌneɪt/ VERB
If someone is nominated for a job, position, or prize, their name is formally suggested as a candidate for it.
He was nominated for a best actor award.
- American English: nominate
- Arabic: يُرَشِّحُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: nomear
- Chinese: 提名
- Croatian: nominirati
- Czech: nominovat
- Danish: nominere
- Dutch: nomineren
- European Spanish: designar
- Finnish: nimetä
- French: désigner
- German: nominieren
- Greek: αναγορεύω
- Italian: nominare
- Japanese: 指名する
- Korean: 후보자로 지명하다
- Norwegian: nominere
- Polish: mianować
- European Portuguese: nomear
- Romanian: a nominaliza
- Russian: номинировать
- Spanish: designar
- Swedish: nominera
- Thai: ได้รับการเสนอชื่อ
- Turkish: aday göstermek
- Ukrainian: призначати
- Vietnamese: đề cử
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